This free 6-weeks course focus on Open Science for researchers. In this course, you will learn the objectives, main concepts, and benefits of Open Science principles along with practices for open data management and open data sharing.
This introductory webinar is intended for anyone who wants to learn about research data management. Data management is essential to make sure that well organised, well documented, high quality and shareable research data result from your research project.
Towards a FAIR and open data ecosystem in the low carbon energy research community.
The CESSDA webinar “Archiving Social Media Data – Challenges and Proposed Solutions” brings together experts with experience in working with social media data to discuss practical, ethical, and legal challenges in archiving these data as well as ways to address those.
This webinar explains and drives the participants through the process of submitting a data collection into the ReShare repository.
Comparative social science research requires comparable data across countries. This free CESSDA webinar will explore key sources of harmonised comparative data and methods and tools for harmonising data.
The expert workshop on “Mind the Gap: Critical Perspectives on Migration Theory and Data” will take place on 17-18 June 2020 in Salamanca, Spain.
This online workshop will cover the ethical and operational issues associated with linking Twitter and survey data.
The ICTeSSH 2020 conference aims to bring together leading SSH researchers, computer scientists, informaticians, publishers, librarians, vendors of research ICT tools, SSH decision makers and others, to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of ICT enhanced Social Sciences and Humanities.
In response to the Coronavirus pandemic, EuroScience and the Fondazione Internazionale Trieste announce the postponement of the 2020 edition of the ESOF conference to September
The GESIS Summer School 2020 has been moved online!
The 46th annual conference of the International Association for Social Science Information Services and Technology (IASSIST) will be held in Gothenburg, Sweden from 19 to 22 May 2020.
Certification is a sign of trust that benefits a data repository in many ways.
There are many reasons why researchers in the humanities and the social sciences want to combine the quantitative, data-driven and algorithmic analysis of text with qualitative inspection, hermeneutic approaches and interpretation. One important reason is to attain intersubjectivity and to warrant the validity of findings.
Every six months, the service providers of CESSDA meet. They are the institutions which are responsible for providing a service to CESSDA. The previous meeting took place in October in Bergen.
The workshop will focus on “Software Quality through Automation and Testing” and take place on 26 March at the Spinoza Hall, University of Utrecht.
Organised by SSHOC, the workshop "Linking Social Survey and Linguistic Infrastructures through EOSC" was going to be held in Utrecht on the 24 March 2020, in co-location with the 3rd SSHOC Consortium meeting.
The SSHOC meeting will take place virtually. Stay informed on the SSHOC website.
The event is intended for academic and non-academic researchers and policy-oriented professionals interested in quantitative survey research and/or EMM (ethnic and migrant minority) integration.
In this first of a series of SSHOC webinars, organised by the consortium partner CLARIN ERIC, we will discuss the theoretical basis and the technology available for transcribing spoken language. In particular, the focus will be on the role of automatic speech recognition – what are the opportunities, what are the pitfalls and where can it be applied successfully.
Are you looking for a repository software to run your research data repository? Are you already using Dataverse and want to exchange experiences and learn more about Dataverse?